We are turning back time, letting nature decide where the bottle will end up, says explorer Jarle Andhøy. He believes the 26 feet and 2.5 ton wonder might follow the path of Thor Heyerdahl’s RA-expedition and end up in Barbados.
On Solo.no people can follow the high-tech phenomena’s crossing of the Atlantic and guess where the bottle ends up. The winner receives a bottle of Solo per nautical mile the bottle drifts, which should amount to several thousand bottles.
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